Pilanesberg: Two or Three-Night Stay for up to Six People Including Game Drives at Schoonkloof Game Ranch

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Travellers get their wild side on and stay in a rusting hunting camp with a two or three-night weekday or weekend stay for up to six people in a self-catering chalet with Schoonkloof Game Ranch



Choose between these options:


Weekday Stays

  • R2 400 for a two-night stay for six
  • R3 528 for a three-night stay for six


Sharing in a self-catering chalet including game drives


Weekend Stays

  • R2 400 for a two-night stay for six
  • R3 528 for a three-night stay for six


Sharing in a self-catering chalet including game drives


The Ranch at a Glance

Schoonkloof Game Ranch is a 2 400 hectare ranch established in 2004, boasting 37 species of game including, Black Impala, White Spring Buck and Golden Gnu as well as 250 species of bird. Offering travellers accommodation in a rustic hunting camp, the ranch can provide game drives and bird watching activities.

Specialising in breeding endangered and exotic animals, travellers to the ranch will have a chance to encounter rare animals while indulging in a relaxed stay. The ranch also provides for hunting with a bow and rifle as well as game viewing from hides. For guests who are not hunting inclined, the ranch has a swimming pool and Jacuzzi where guests while away an afternoon.


  • 2 400 hectare ranch established in 2004
  • 37 species of game and 250 species of bird
  • Game drives and bird watching available
  • Hunting with a bow and rifle can be arranged
  • Swimming pool and Jacuzzi


Room Details

The ranch boasts double storey thatched chalets constructed from timber and stone and each chalet is kitted out with five beds and a bathroom with a shower.


  • Five beds; one double and four single
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Small fridge, microwave oven and kettle
  • Air-conditioning
  • Communal television room, kitchen and bar area
  • Maximum occupancy: Six adults




What to do in North West Province

Just West of Gauteng lies the North West Province surrounded by the Kalahari Desert and the majestic Magaliesberg Mountain Range. Known as one of the best wildlife destinations in South Africa, the province is home to a variety of game lodges, one of the best known being the Pilanesberg National Park. The North West Province is the site of the origins of humankind, offering up numerous archaeological finds.

Travellers can take to the Hennops mountain bike trail for an adrenaline pumping route or take on the 12km Doornriver 4x4 trail in Skeerpoort. The Hartbeespoort Dam always welcomes travellers and has a host of activities including river rafting to explore. Dotted with a myriad of small towns rich in history, visitors can see quaint sites like the Van Gaalen Cheese Factory or the Brauhaus am Damm micro-brewery in Rustenberg.


Highlights

  • 4 200 hectare game ranch established in 2004
  • Home to over 37 species of game
  • Accommodation in a rustic hunting camp
  • Game drives and bird watching available

The Fine Print

Valid until 30 October 2014.

Reservation:
Reservation required: 082 733 7200. All bookings must be made within 7 working days of purchase – no refunds thereafter. Groupons will be redeemed once the booking has been confirmed.

Policies:
100% cancellation fee applies after bookings have been confirmed. Rescheduling of a booking provided the change is made one week prior to arrival – subject to availability. No-shows forfeit Groupon. Check-in: 14:00; check-out: 11:00.

Exclusions:
All meals not specified, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, porterage and tipping and sightseeing not mentioned. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.